U.S. Soldiers Continue Advisory Role As Election Nears In Afghanistan

PUL-E ALAM, AFGHANISTAN - MARCH 26: Brigadier General Abdul Hakim Eshaqza (L), provincial chief of police for Logar Province, speaks with the U.S. Army Major General Scott Miller, commander of Special Operations Joint Task Force Afghanistan, before the start of a shura with the provincial governor of Logar Province on March 26, 2014 in Pul-e Alam, Afghanistan. A shura is a meeting of community leaders. Soldiers with the U.S. Army's 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division stationed at FOB Shank advise and assist Afghan National Security Forces in the region. Security is at a heightened state throughout Afghanistan as the nation prepares for the April 5th presidential election. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
PUL-E ALAM, AFGHANISTAN - MARCH 26: Brigadier General Abdul Hakim Eshaqza (L), provincial chief of police for Logar Province, speaks with the U.S. Army Major General Scott Miller, commander of Special Operations Joint Task Force Afghanistan, before the start of a shura with the provincial governor of Logar Province on March 26, 2014 in Pul-e Alam, Afghanistan. A shura is a meeting of community leaders. Soldiers with the U.S. Army's 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division stationed at FOB Shank advise and assist Afghan National Security Forces in the region. Security is at a heightened state throughout Afghanistan as the nation prepares for the April 5th presidential election. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
U.S. Soldiers Continue Advisory Role As Election Nears In Afghanistan
EINE LIZENZ KAUFEN
Wie darf ich dieses Bild verwenden?
475,00 €
EUR

DETAILS

Einschränkungen:
Bei kommerzieller Verwendung sowie für verkaufsfördernde Zwecke kontaktieren Sie bitte Ihr lokales Büro.
Bildnachweis:
Scott Olson / Staff
Redaktionell #:
480869077
Kollektion:
Getty Images News
Erstellt am:
26. März 2014
Hochgeladen am:
Lizenztyp:
Releaseangaben:
Kein Release verfügbar. Weitere Informationen
Quelle:
Getty Images AsiaPac
Objektname:
79194665